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AZravens
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Navy Federal CLI Timeline

 

When is a good time to ask for CLI on NFCU nRewards card?

 

I am thinking at 6 month mark.  Any advice?

 

 

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AZravens
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

+1

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darkcamaro
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

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I have a cashRewards Visa that I opened in May 2009. Asked for a 4000 cli in October 2009  via luv button. It took abot 3 days to be approved, but only recieved 3000. No hard pull. Then in March 2010 ask for another, approved for 2500. It took about another 3 days for it to post. No hard pull. Total cl of 13500. Been with NFCU for 8 years. YMMV.

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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

 


darkcamaro wrote:

I have a cashRewards Visa that I opened in May 2009. Asked for a 4000 cli in October 2009  via luv button. It took abot 3 days to be approved, but only recieved 3000. No hard pull. Then in May 2010 ask for another, approved for 2500. It took about another 3 days for it to post. No hard pull. Total cl of 13500. Been with NFCU for 8 years. YMMV.


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KimberH
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

I think they meant March...

 

We have had NRewards VISA for about 6 months - started at 2500 (I LOVE their rewards card), asked for a 1k increase yesterday and received it.

 

I absolutely love NFCU.

 

 

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darkcamaro
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

Sorry about that my time machine was supposed be a secret.. March is what I meant

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orky626
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

I love NFCU.  I have both the NRewards Visa and Cash Rewards Visa.  I opened them about a year ago about 4 months apart from eachother. NRewards started me out with 2000.  I asked for a 5000 CLI seven months later and was approved.  I have yet to ask for an increase on the Cash Rewards for which they started me out with 4500.

 

I say go for it and ask for the CLI.  They are usually pretty friendly.  I think I may ask for a 2500 increase on the Cash Rewards tonight.


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AZravens
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

Is the NFCU CLI request a hard pull?

 

 

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darkcamaro
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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline

I received two cli from them  and no hard pull on either.

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Re: Navy Federal CLI Timeline


darkcamaro wrote:

I received two cli from them  and no hard pull on either.


Did you request cli or were they automatic? How long ago was it that you received these CLIs? How long have you had your card?

 

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